Corner radius

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Corner radius

Postby Ken Norris » Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:40 pm

Howdy,

Where are the controls for setting corner radii on roundrect graphics?
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Re: Corner radius

Postby S. Leys » Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:51 pm

Ken Norris wrote:Where are the controls for setting corner radii on roundrect graphics?

In the "Sizes" card of the PI.
With your grc selected, choose "Sizes" in the popup menu at the topright of the PI. This card is used for handling the geometric properties of all objects.
And , BTW, if you "pin" this cd with the pin at the topleft, it will stay on this cd if you select another object instead of automatically switching to the properties of this object. Handy when you want to edit the geometry of more than 1 object.

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Re: Corner radius

Postby S. Leys » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:05 am

Stephane Leys wrote:
Ken Norris wrote:Where are the controls for setting corner radii on roundrect graphics?

In the "Sizes" card of the PI.
With your grc selected, choose "Sizes" in the popup menu at the topright of the PI.


You can also option-click the grc (with the pointer tool) to go to this cd, option-click again (or cmd-R) for coming back to the other properties. Or option D&D from the tools palette if you want to edit the geometric properties immediately when creating the object.

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Re: Corner radius

Postby Ken Norris » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:25 pm

Stephane Leys wrote:
Ken Norris wrote:Where are the controls for setting corner radii on roundrect graphics?

In the "Sizes" card of the PI.
With your grc selected, choose "Sizes" in the popup menu at the topright of the PI. This card is used for handling the geometric properties of all objects.
And , BTW, if you "pin" this cd with the pin at the topleft, it will stay on this cd if you select another object instead of automatically switching to the properties of this object. Handy when you want to edit the geometry of more than 1 object.

S.


Oh yes, there it is ... thanks!

[/quote]You can also option-click the grc (with the pointer tool) to go to this cd, option-click again (or cmd-R) for coming back to the other properties. Or option D&D from the tools palette if you want to edit the geometric properties immediately when creating the object.[/quote]

Another cool feature.

It's a little slower for me to operate in MPI because of the RTE habits. I expect laying out projects will get dramatically quicker soon.
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